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50 ml, 40% abv, Scotland (Highland)Official distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
50 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)Official distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
50 ml, 40.0%abv, ScotlandOfficial distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
50 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)Official distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)Matured wholly in air-dried, hand-selected ex-bourbon casks, the Old Pulteney 12-years-old is the definitive expression in the Old Pulteney family. Traditionally crafted using techniques that other distillers have long abandoned, this winner of numerous gold medals at international competitions is a high water-mark of quality spirits.
700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Highland)Smooth and soft with heather, honey and delicate spice, creamy not dry. A single malt with smoothness and depth that benefits from a full 15 year of aging.
700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)The Revival is the first expression released from Glenglassaugh distillery after being mothballed for more than 20 years. The Glenglassaugh Revival has been matured in a balanced mix of ex-red wine and fresh bourbon casks, vatted and re-racked for double maturation in rich sherry casks. Bottled at 46%, non chill filtered and of natural colour, Revival is a stunning Highland single malt with a coastal charm.
700 ml, 40% abv, Scotland ( Highland)The anCnoc 12 year old (a-nock) is renowned the world over. Known as a must-have in any whisky drinker’s collection, it’s light and yet complex. Smooth yet challenging. And each twist and turn delivers a surprise. In fact, this is a dram that has something for everyone.
700ml, 43.0% abv, Scotland, HighlandFrom the coldest distillery in Scotland they only select casks laid down during the Scottish winter months to create Dalwhinnie Winter's Gold. It honours the influence that the cold has on the Dalwhinnie, rich single malt whisky. "An indulgent, honeyed Dalwhinnie that is comforting, rich and sweet, with notes of heather and peat and a spicy warmth" If drinking 'not frozen'..."On the palate the whisky is again fresh and vibrant with the green apple and candied lemon peel notes to the fore. As these soften the palate becomes sweeter, smoother and more gentle. There is an immediate hit of crumbly brown sugar and toffee, which evolves in to a honeycomb/golden syrup-like note and juicy sultanas. There is also plenty of fresh oak, which is reminiscent of pencil shavings, some cinnamon. These elements are backed up by bittersweet malted barley, earthy ginger root and pinches of baking spice and cocoa powder"
700 ml, 43.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)Royal Lochnagar 12 year old is a fragrant Highland single malt with a delightful balance of fruit and spices. Lots going on, with sherry, stewed fruit, malty vanilla notes and a trace of smoke. "A big, spicy buzz followed by an impressive build up of very clear, well defined malt. After a quick burst of sweetness, a rich, grape effect moves in towards the middle"
700ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland, HighlandThe 14 year old Clynelish single malt offers sweet floral fragrances and maritime flavours with a light, dry finish, a classic case of a coastal malt with a subtle island character. "a creamy, velvety mouth filling sweetness, with a slightly metallic finish. Lots of tropical fruits, a thread of smoke and scented candle character on the nose"
700ml, 46.3%, Scotland, HighlandIndulge your traditional side with this seductive single malt. Main maturation in 1st fill American Oak ex-Bourbon casks and finished in virgin American oak casks, its delicate taste of sweet, honeyed fruit and gentle warmth will bewitch you. Not even a hint of smoke. Smooth, easy and an absolute delight. The new 12 year old, has been bottled at a slightly higher 46.3 abv, negating the necessity for chill-filtration and so retaining more of its original flavour. "Spectacularly unique"
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland, HighlandA 10 year old from the MacDuff distillery, bottled as Glen Deveron. Glen Deveron actually creeps in to the world's top 30 for single malt whisky sales, but is not really known in Australia.
700 ml, 48.0% abv, Scotland, HighlandThe quintessential Glen Garioch, Founder’s Reserve celebrates the brothers who first established the distillery and the 200 plus years of craftsmanship that goes into every bottle that bears the Manson name.
700ml, 43.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)For about 12 months, Tullibardine Sovereign has been finished off in Chateau Suduiraut, Sauternes Casks, which are 225 litres in size. This creates a wonderful golden whisky with citrus flavour, cereal notes and vanilla. There is a touch of pineapple and orange peel on the finish, which is medium to long.
700ml, 43.0% abv, Scotland (highland)For about 12 months, Tullibardine Sovereign has been finished off in Sherry Butts. This has created an intense, dark, rich brown whisky. There are hints of toffee and apples with an edge of cereal notes. On the palate, vanilla and toffee abound with dates and spice.
700 ml, 40% abv, Scotland (Highland)Edradour is golden in the glass, with a delicious aroma of sugared almonds and a hint of Oloroso. The smooth, creamy, light malty taste is followed by a mellow warming finish. World-reknowned whisky expert, Michael Jackson, in his book "Michael Jackson's Malt Whisky Companion, scores the ten year old Edradour an excellent 81 points. "Deliciously oily and sprinkled with soft spices, vanilla, caramel and oak. Massive whisky from a pint-sized distillery and massively impressive"
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)In contrast to the traditional, non-peated character of the GlenDronach, this particular whisky has been distilled using peated malted barley. The GlenDronach ‘Peated’ pays homage to the peat historically used to dry the malted barley in the traditional floor matlings during the early days of the distillery. The subtle peated notes in this intriguing expression complement the classic GlenDronach Highland character and the rich sherry notes drawn from the wood.
700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Highland)This superb richly sherried single malt is matured for at least 12 years in a combination of the finest Spanish Pedro Ximinez and Oloroso sherry casks. Non-chill filtered and of natural colour, the GlenDronach 12 year old Original is a sweet, creamy dram.
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)This single malt has been matured and married in a combination of bourbon and sherry casks. Non-chill filtered, of natural colour and bottled at 46%. The Hielan encompasses a unique combination of sweet, buttery aromas with spicy, sherry overtones. The Hielan, pronounced ‘High-lan', is a tribute to the dialect spoken in the distillery’s surrounding area in the Scottish Highlands.
"Sweet vanilla, toasted marshmallows and heather honey aromas give way to liquorice, cherry tart and stewed cooking apple with hints of cinnamon and nutmeg on the palate. A spicy, nutmeg-loaded finish is long and lingering and warming"
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)A fruity Highland malt that is a lovely introduction to a distillery you may not have tried yet. Bottled non-chill-filtered at 46%. "Crystal clarity to the sharp, ultra fresh barley; the intensity of the malt carries its own impressive weight and the citrus note compliments" "Immediately zingy and eye-wateringly salivating with a fabulous layering of sweet barley" "Sophisticated, sensual, salivating and seemingly serene this malt just bristles with character and about as puckeringly elegant as single malt gets" Whisky Bible 2012 score '95'
700 ml, 50.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)At Glenglassaugh, in addition to traditional production, they also produce a very limited quantity of whisky using richly peated malted barley as the cereal varietal. The malted barley has been dried in the traditional way, over peat infused kilns, giving the whisky its unique smoky flavour. Glenglassaugh ‘Torfa’, with its peaty, phenolic nature, is a unique expression, and is quite different to the usual style of whisky produced in the Highlands.
700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)During the last week of every year, lightly peated barley is used in the production of the Cù Bòcan signature Scotch whisky. This spirit, just 90,000 litres per annum, is then filled into 1st fill ex-Bourbon, ex-Sherry and Virgin Oak casks and, when matured, produces an intriguingly unconventional, lightly peat, Highland single malt. This edition is lightly peated single malt matured in a compelling combination of Virgin Oak, Bourbon and Sherry casks. Released for the first time in October 2013.
46% alc/vol. Natural colour and non chill filtered. Jim Murray Whisky Bible 2018 - 85.5
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)Old Pulteney Navigator is a limited edition maritime malt matured in a mix of ex-sherry and bourbon casks in celebration of the distillery's history with the ocean. Honey, Apple, Dried fruit, Orange.
700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)Bottled in 2012 and matured in refill sherry casks. Part of the Gordon & McPhail range of independent bottlings. A rich, flavoursome Highland Malt.
700 ml, 43.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)A bustling seaside resort has grown up around Oban distillery in the two centuries since it set up home in a fishing village. The West Highland single malt is still produced in the same unhurried, traditional fashion. A combination of light smoke, medium richness and appetising spice.
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)Ballechin is the heavily peated distillation made at Edradour Distillery since 2003. Distilled using barley which has been infused with peat to a level not less than 50ppm. This bottling is predominantly from ex Bourbon casks with a generous top dressing of ex Oloroso Sherry casks, to create added depth and greater complexity. It has been bottled at 46%, without chillfiltration, to retain the true cask character. The name Ballechin originates from a fellow Perthshire farm distillery, which sadly closed its doors in 1927. There, Alfred Barnard, who catalogued all the distilleries in the UK in the 1880’s, made reference to having experienced a peated whisky.
700 ml, 50.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)Glenglassaugh Evolution is created by maturing the whisky in a unique combination of the finest hand-picked ex-Tennessee first-fill whiskey barrels. This expression shows great depth of character and finesse, a harmonious combination of whisky and oak. Bottled at 50%, natural colour and non chill filtered, Evolution represents the heart of Glenglassaugh’s distinctive personality.
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)Released in mid 2016, the distillery’s first whisky, the standard expression, was simply called Wolfburn and was aged a minimum of three and a half years in used Islay quarter cask barrels. It's this dram that has received considerable praise from a number of the whisky trade's heavyweights (see awards in more info) Distilled and bottled at Wolfburn Distillery, Thurso, Caithness, Highland region, 46% abv, non chill-filtered and not coloured.
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)Wolfburn's second expression - the sherry cask-matured Aurora - starts its life in the traditional way. The worts are fermented for roughly 75 hours then the spirit is double distilled, slowly, first through the wash still and then through the spirit still. Following distillation, the whisky is matured in two different types of casks; 80% in first-fill ex-bourbon barrels and the final 20% in first-fill Oloroso sherry hogsheads.
92% excellent highly recommended - Ultimate Spirits Challenge
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)This is the first release of 2005 vintage Balblair single malt Scotch whisky. Only a handful of American oak, ex-bourbon casks laid down in 2005 were selected by Distillery Manager John MacDonald to form this classic Balblair expression. Bottled in 2017. "Light, fruity and refreshing"
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)Produced at the Loch Lomond Distillery, Inchmurrin 15 year is full of spice and salty caramel. Matured in ex-Bourbon casks, non chill-filtered, natural colour.
(now a discontinued bottling)
700ml, 42.0%abv, Scotland, (Highland)"Fior" means pure or true in Gaelic, and this, no age statement bottling launched in summer 2010, is something of a rebirth for the Fettercairn distillery. Fior contains 15 percent heavily peated whisky matured in first fill ex-bourbon barrels, along with a proportion of 14 and 15 year old spirit. The result is a bold and complex whisky with real nose presence, smoke, sherry, toffee, vanilla, and oranges merge on the nose, while the palate showcases more smoke and toffee, plus spices, oak, and licorice in the lengthy finish. "Honey gold in colour, with aromas of crushed pear, toffee apple and hints of cinnamon and vanilla. A kiss of peat smoke with hazelnuts, orange rind, ginger and coriander complete the nose. Taste is of bold dark chocolate, roasted coffee beans and peat smoke fused with nutmeg, mint, citrus fruits and truffle. The lingering finish proffers sherry trifle, marzipan and pineapple."
700 ml, 43.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)Oban Little Bay is labeled as 'small cask', this non-age statement release takes mature small batch Oban single malt, and gives it time in 200-litre ex-bourbon barrels. This has resulted in a rich whisky with notes of stone fruit, spice and honey. "Dark amber in color, Oban Little Bay has a rich and vibrant malty nose with dried apple, dried plums, caramel, honey, allspice, and oak. There’s a solid balance between the rich and spicy characteristics. The entry is very flavorful and expressive, matching the nose quite well with toasted malt, green apple, dried apricot, salt, chocolate, and orange peel. In the midpalate the real impact of the small cask finish is quite apparent as the spice elements noticeably increase with clove and oak without abandoning the sweet dried fruit underneath. After the peak of the midpalate, Oban Little Bay backs off quite a bit for a lightly acidic and slightly spicy finish. It’s a fairly light and slightly dry finish that ends fairly clean" "Little Bay’s warming richness is neatly balanced by a smoky spicy-dryness"
1000 ml, 40.0% Scotland (Highland)Complex, sweet and rounded – with a spicy oak finish. The flavours develop in hand-selected sherry casks – balancing deep character with light vanilla notes.
700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Highland)A 2005 vintage whisky from the Pulteney distillery, bottled by Gordon & MacPhail in 2016 for The Maphail's Collection.
An aromatic and fruity Highland dram. First fill bourbon barrels.
700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)A 2009 vintage Teaninich, matured in refill Sherry hogsheads and then bottled by Gordon & MacPhail in 2017. Non-chillfiltered and at 46% abv.
700 ml, 57.5% abv, Scotland (Highland)The Cask Strength Edition is their most vivacious expression, yet still retains Tomatin’s characteristically rich and sweet undertones. Matured in a classic combination of first fill ex-Bourbon and ex-Oloroso Sherry casks.
700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)The Tomatin 14 Year Old is soft, smooth and sweet, benefiting from its time spent in Tawny Port casks which previously held port for around 50 years. Matured in a combination of Bourbon barrels and Port casks
700 ml, 43.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)Although never previously marketed as a single malt, in 1992 a Flora and Fauna bottling was released and three Rare Malts bottling's have since followed.
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)Produced at the Loch Lomond Distillery, Inchmurrin Madeira Wood Finish benefits from double-maturation, first in American white oak barrels, followed by extra finishing in casks that previously aged Madeira wine, non chill-filtered. Re-branded under new ownership in 2015, the new packaging makes the link with Loch Lomond much clearer.
"The Madeira cask finish enhances the orchard fruit character of peach and pear with marzipan and nutmeg and gives a dry nuttiness to the long Oak finish"
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)This 14 year old Vintage 1997 anCnoc was bottled and released in 2011. On the palate this dram is soft, very aromatic with a hint of honey and lemon in the foreground. The finish was fruity, long-lasting & smooth.
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)anCnoc Cutter is named after the hand tool used to cut peat from less wet, shallower bogs. This means the peat it reveals is drier and therefore more easily burnt producing a whisky that has a medium-heavy smokiness, in this case, with a phenol content of 20.5 ppm. (higher than Flaughter at 14.8 ppm)
700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Highland)This is a hard to find, discontinued bottling from Diageo's Flora & Fauna series. "Full flavoured and refreshing with a dryness on the finish" "Smoke and nutty sweetness followed by a dry and well balanced finish" "This is good, it has a full flavour but it is refreshing and I like the dryness on the finish"
700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Highland)Blair Athol 12 yr old, is now a discontinued distillery bottling from Diageo's Flora & Fauna series. It is one of the gems of the Flora & Fauna range.
1000 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)Knockdhu Distillery’s enduring charisma echoes the timeless allure of the nearby Knock Hill, known to the locals as the Black Hill. It is the source of the springs which bring the whisky to life and in whose shadow the Distillery has flourished since 1894. Gaelic for Black Hill, Knockdhu remains rooted in traditional production methods, yet the refreshingly modern personality of anCnoc Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky conveys its contemporary outlook. An outstanding addition to the range of whiskies, Black Hill Reserve is testimony to the finest qualities of anCnoc.
Matured exclusively in first fill American oak ex-bourbon casks.